Gossip Girl is up for another episode of fresh fashions and top WTF moments tonight — are you excited? While we wait for the debauchery and drama to unfold, let's decipher Vanessa's artsy cool outfit. The eclectic NYC undergrad showed off her layering skills by wearing a unique watercolor print top underneath a cozy shawl. Stacked jewels — gold chains, stone necklace, and orange chandelier earrings — all pay ode to scintillating style. Love it.
Three Dots has released its Spring lineup, and designer Pegah Anvarian has a stylish hand in it. Pegah has designed femme floral frocks and striped pieces for the brand, whose prices range from $50 to $172. With Three Dots, Spring is a kaleidoscope of colors and cuts. But the common thread is easy, loose-fitting, and vibrant clothes. Jumpsuits, flowy vests, and draped dresses are just some of the highlights. Check out the rest.
Here's the shopping scoop:
- Yum's sassy top is this Diane von Furstenberg Silk Wrap Top, but it's sold out. Here's a close second: ASOS Animal Print Button Back Shirt ($26, originally $55)
- Her pants are also DVF, the Diane von Furstenberg
Tech Poplin Underleggy Pants. Here's something similar: Three Dots Cotton Stretch Skinny Jean Leggings (Black) ($132)
- Pura López Shoes Black Pointy-Toed Pump ($250)
- J.Crew Pearl Twisted Hammock Necklace ($98)
- Forever 21 Rhinestone Chained Hoops ($5)
- Lippmann Collection Just Walk Away Renee Nail Color ($16)
Stay tuned for rundowns of all the Sugar girls' new Fall outfits!
Syako is a quick learner. See, she was inspired by a fellow team member's Fab belting technique so she decided to try it out for herself. Her brown belt breaks up the pretty plum hues and I like how it cinches in her structured blazer. Muy bien!
Here's what she has on:
- Blazer: Proenza Schouler for Target
- Belt: Unknown
- Turtleneck: Three Dots
- Dress: H&M
- Tights: Target
- Boots: Michelle D
Congrats to syako!
Everyone else, submit your looks and I might feature you on FabSugar!
We just can't help but share this snapshot we took today from the Marie Saeki showroom of one of Selima Optique's new Spring 09 styles. The grey and black frames have rich layers of monochromatic tones. Our first thought was a vision of these glasses in a wardrobe filled with black, grey, and brown basics. If you can't stand latex, better stick with what is considered classic. Let's pray for eyeglass prescriptions come Spring!!